Archos Debuts Titanium Line Of Tablets At CES

Archos has just unveiled 4 new, affordable tablets that make up its new Titanium line. These 4 tablets have some decent specs and all at very affordable prices, with prices ranging from $119 to $249.

All of the tablets will have these specs:

  • HD IPS display
  • 1.6GHz dual-core processor
  • Quad-core GPU with 1080p video decoding
  • Sleek aluminum design
  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Here are the 4 tablets featured in the Archos Titanium line:

  • Archos 70 Titanium – priced at $119. This 7-inch tablet is meant to rival Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets in terms of specs and price point.
  • Archos 80 Titanium – priced at $169. This 8-inch tablet is meant to rival the iPad mini, offering similar capabilities at a much lower cost.
  • Archos 101 Titanium – priced at $199. This 10.1-inch tablet is meant to combat all other manufacturers’ 10-inch tablets in terms of features, and at a 30% lower price tag.
  • Archos 97 Titanium HD – priced at $249 – This 9.7-inch tablet has a 2048 x 1536 display resolution and is meant to take on the latest iPad at half the price.

The prices for the Titanium line are really competitive and really affordable. For the specs included with these tablets, these may be the tablets to opt for if you’re in the market for a budget tablet.

However Archos has been known to create some pretty terrible tablets, so perhaps it’s best to wait to see some reviews on these tablets before we purchase them.

Would you consider buying an Archos Titanium tablet? Have you purchased an Archos tablet before?

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